This bull horn was brought to the March 5, 2018 Chester County Historical Society meeting.The names on the plate are William F. Henderson, H. W. McCorry,Sr., H. W. McCorry, Jr., and Thos. McCorry. https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/18550386/william-f.-henderson https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/112057102/henry-w.-mccorry
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FRUITS OF THE CYCLONE AT PINSON, TENN. Jackson, Tenn., March 12-A recheck tonight of the dead and injured as a result of the Cyclone Sunday night in the vicinity of Pinson and Dean burg, Tenn., shows that 16 are known to have been killed and at least 75 injured. The
Lexington Progress, February 12, 1932 A MILESTONE IN MY MEMORY W. V. Barry What I am going to hereafter count as a milestone, marking the memory of pleasant things, is a trip made last Friday in company with Circuit Judge, W. H. Denison, who was holding his regular court in
The second oldest bell on FHU’s campus dates back to 1897 when A. G. Freed, president of West Tennessee Christian College in Henderson, Tennessee, was given $5,000 to construct a new building and he renamed the school, Georgia Robertson Christian College, in honor of the daughter of donor J. F.
By Tom L. Childers, Henderson, Tennessee There is something very magical and memorable about a school bell. Freed-Hardeman University has four of them, three of which were manufactured by the same foundry. Charles Singleton Bell (1829-1905) apprenticed in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to learn the foundry business from his uncle. In 1858, he began his